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The ABI Research Lab

The Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Research Lab is led by Angela Colantonio, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.). We are an internationally recognized research lab that performs population-based epidemiological, mixed methods and qualitative research. Our research addresses issues such as injury prevention, health service utilization and health service inequities among vulnerable populations, work-related traumatic brain injury (TBI) and return to work, girls and women with TBI, and the role of sex/gender on outcomes of ABI for adults, youth, and children. Our research lab is located in the Rehabilitation Sciences Building at the University of Toronto.


Latest News

Dr. Vincy Chan receives Deborah L. Wilkerson Early Career Award

Dr. Vincy Chan, Associate Director of the ABI Research Lab and Assistant Scientist with KITE-Toronto Rehab, was awarded the Deborah ...
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Volunteers Needed for a Research Study: Amplifying Black Voices in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Are you a Black survivor of traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Are you caring for someone living with one? We are ...
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PhD candidate Samira Omar leads discussions on equity and justice, Anti-Black racism, and integrated pathways for Black people experiencing Traumatic Brain Injury

The ABI Research Lab wishes to recognize PhD candidate Samira Omar on her outstanding presentations and contributions to occupational therapy ...
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Research Participants Needed: TBI-Gender Study

The researchers conducting the study invite adults living with traumatic brain injury, their significant others and the clinicians that are ...
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